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Positano - Salerno

Positano is one of the cities, where orange, blue and green are in a never ending race. It is a city located off the Amalfi coast, located a midst the hills. The city cannot be described in words as it paints a picture for itself.
Göksu & Amir

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All of the Amalfi Coast was gorgeous but the town of Positano was my absolute favorite. Known for its impossibly vertical architecture, the pastel-colored buildings of Positano seem carved out of the side of the mountain. The Gulf of Salerno was impossibly blue before me and looking up at this charming little town is like stepping inside an impressionist painting. Absolutely exquisite! Positano is quiet and deserted today, most hotels are closed this time of year, but I can picture it in the summer months overflowing with tourists. I think I like this better. I wandered the tiny streets and staircases, taking my time on the way back up the hill and stopping eventually for lunch at a small café. Each level I climb offers another impossibly colorful view.
Jenny McIver

406 Followers, 124 Reviews


Hotel Bellevue Suite - Salerno

Although this place is in Solerno which is about an hour drive from Amafi but it offers a brilliant view of the beaches and the clear blue sky. Also since amalfi was overly booked and overpriced, Bellevue hotel-apartments was a safer bet.
Ankita Misra

458 Followers, 70 Reviews


The Duomo - Salerno

Or the Amalfi cathedral is a Roman Cathedral with larger than life illustration of romanesque architecture from the 9th century. Its dedicated to Apostle Saint Andrews. There are many intricate detailing in the cathedral that architecture enthusiasts might fancy. If you are around Amalfi, a visit to this cathedral should be in your list.
Ankita Misra

458 Followers, 70 Reviews


Cloister del Paradiso - Salerno

Although this cloister is a part of the cathedral but its worth the mention for the landscape...waterworks and the architecture of the cloister.
Ankita Misra

458 Followers, 70 Reviews


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